A very British podcast about very British movies...with the occasional hint of professionalism
Whistle Down The Wind (1961)
Rapidly running out of British Easter themed movies, Scott is joined by Steven for the tenuously linked Whistle Down The Wind (1961).
Episode 090 - Private's Progress (1956)
Welcome to Reel Britannia - a very British podcast about very British movies ...with just a hint of professionalism.
This week, Scott is joined by Steven to review the Boulting Brothers classic Private’s Progress (1956)
The Man Who Never Was (1956)
In the latest episode, Scott is joined by Tony to discuss the movie that recalls one of the most incredible incidents that occurred in World War Two. The story of Operation Mincemeat and The Man Who Never Was from 1956.
The Children's Film Foundation
In the latest episode, Scott is joined by Steven and Mark for a trip down memory lane…back to the glorious days of Saturday Morning Pictures
Join us we take a look at two classics from the Children’s Film Foundation: Mr Horatio Knibbles and Battle Of Billy’s Pond
Peter's Friends (1992)
Join us we take a look at the nineties comedy/drama, Peter’s Friends, starring Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Kenneth Branagh, Emma Thompson, Imelda Staunton, Tony Slattery, Alphonsia Emmanuel, Rita Rudner and Phyllida Law
The Amazing Mr Blunden (1972)
For our Christmas episode, Scott is joined by Steven and Tony to chat about the children’s classic ‘The Amazing Mr Blunden’, specially requested by listener Chris Ferguson
Customer ReviewsSee All
I listen to a lot of film podcasts but this one aces them all. They stay on point when reviewing and do not digress. Their review of The Long Good Friday was by far the most comprehensive I have heard and I have shared with many. Also, special thanks 🙏 for including the film Melody (SWALK). A film I saw when I was very young and a special place in my heart that captured early 1970s London to perfection. Keep these coming and I will listen 😇
Just found it and I’m blasting through it. Love the chat!
An Essential Listen
A definite contender for most addictive podcast out there. Scott and the team do a marvellous job of making you salivate over the treasures of yesteryear, and always make me yearn for another episode. One of the best shows out there